The International Energy Agency believes the U.S. is on track to become a sustained net oil exporter in either late 2020 or early 2021. » Read More
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"Pyongyang, despite having placed an end-of-year deadline in place in April, has basically closed the door on diplomacy with the United States entirely," said one expert. » Read More
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Rick Gates is a former business partner of Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chief at whose trial Gates testified for prosecutors from special counsel Robert Mueller's office. » Read More
By: Andrea Miller
A Trump family member had a "personal" relationship with ex-British spy Christopher Steele years before his controversial dossier about President Trump and Russia. Steele told the Justice Department's internal watchdog that he had been "favorably disposed" toward the Trump family because of his relationship with that family member. The watchdog's report was released as ABC News reported that Steele met Trump's daughter Ivanka at a dinner in 2007 and remained in touch for some time thereafter. » Read More
The greenback's status as the world's major reserve currency could be under threat, as some countries seek to undermine its importance.
Oil markets are expected to face excess supplies in 2020 due to a production boost amid weak demand growth, the director for energy markets and security at the International Energy Agency says.
John Bolton reportedly was so disturbed by efforts to get Ukraine to investigate President Trump's political opponents that he called it a "drug deal."
Attorney General William Barr's administrative review of what would become the Mueller investigation is now a criminal probe, NBC News reports
President Trump discusses the U.S. role in the Middle East following his decision to withdraw from Syria. He also said the U.S. will lift sanctions placed on Turkey after their incursion into the country.
Trump's controversial move to pull U.S. troops from the Syrian border in recent weeks met with condemnation around the globe.
Russia is not seeking to capitalize on trade tensions between the U.S. and China, according to Finance Minister Anton Siluanov.
The latest round of trade talks between the U.S. and China ended last week with the promise to begin "phase one" of a partial trade deal.
Elvira Nabiullina, governor of the Central Bank of Russia, discusses economic outlook, stimulus measures and inflation in Russia. She also explains the situation in which aggressive monetary policy easing could aggravate financial risk stability issues.
Deepfake technology can be used to create videos that seem to show politicians saying things they never said, or doing things they never have done.
Desperate Kurdish forces under attack by Turkey have struck a deal with Syria's Bashar al Assad. Meanwhile, Turkish forces say the Kurds have been releasing Islamic State prisoners.
The threat from Russia is "all about immediate benefit," Garry Kasparov says, while with China it's "more about playing long games."
Kirill Dmitriev of the Russian Direct Investment Fund says Russia is not filling a void that the U.S. has left in the Middle East.
Saudi Arabian Prince Turki Al-Faisal says the oil market "binds the world together" and what happens in the kingdom affects other countries. He also says it's surprising that the U.S. would abandon its allies in Syria.
The head of Russia's $10 billion state investment vehicle is optimistic about repairing relations with Washington, he told CNBC on Sunday.
Fiona Hill plans to say Rudy Giuliani and E.U. ambassador Gordon Sondland circumvented the National Security Council and the normal White House process to pursue a shadow policy on Ukraine, a person familiar with her expected testimony told NBC News.
The U.K. is sending a space exploration rover to the moon, in what will be a first for the country.
Cedomir Nestorovic of ESSEC Business School discusses Russia's role in the Middle East. He also weighs in on the defense systems from the U.S. and Russia.
Turkey began its incursion into Syria with air strikes on the Kurds after the U.S. pulled its troops from the region. President Trump denied we had abandoned our former ally.
African Americans were the group targeted the most by Russian social media trolls, the Senate Intelligence Committee's report said.